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PBS
May 14, 2012 7:00pm PDT
with a female employee. >> susie: california's budget woes just got bigger, a lot bigger. governor jerry brown announced today the golden state's expected budget shortfall has ballooned to nearly $16 billion. that's almost double the budget gap at the beginning of the year. the governor is proposing $8 billion in spending cuts, including across the board pay cuts for state workers. but he says cost reductions alone won't balance the budget. he also wants a temporary tax on high income residents. fixing california is key for the u.s. economic recovery: the state represents almost 13% of the u.s. gross domestic product. while agriculture accounts for a small percentage of our g.d.p., it has a big impact on the global economy. all this week we'lbe looking at how everyone from food processors to equipment manufacturers rely on this robust sector. >> roughly two million farms in the u.s. produce everything from corn to cotton. and those products are consumed everywhere from indiana to india. demand for corn, soybeans, and meat especially from developing countries like china are driving up grain pri
WETA
May 7, 2012 6:30pm EDT
neil/lehrer productions >> brown: europe faced a potential new direction today after voters in france and
PBS
May 18, 2012 7:00pm PDT
't as bad as feared. then how about brown shoes? this is a company behind famous footwear, dr. scholl's and other brands, jumping 25 percent after it raised the outlook for the year. the drop in inventory is a healthy sign the company can protect its profit margin. >> winnebago may be going private in $321 billion deal that's the offer on the table, shareholders due to get $11 per share, there is plenty of skepticism about the deal with the stock closing below that sellout price the company says it does not have enough details to call it a credible offer that came in from private equity first north street capital. >> our exchange traded fund market flash here are lower, the financial nasdaq 100, and emerging funds all falling more than one percent. that is tonight's market focus. >> coming up next week on "n.b.r.", a week long series on american -- we look at businesses ready to train and hire veterans for their next mission, the u.s. job market. now that the iraq war is over and the u.s. military involvement in afghanistan is drawing to a close that is coming up. >> the spring swoon
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